ISO Software Systeme shows its airport management know-how at inter airport Europe
27 Sep 2007
ISO Software Systeme, the system provider for airport management presents its complete product portfolio at the 16. inter airport Europe Munich International Airport, hall 4A, stand P100 from 9 - 12 October 2007.
The services of the software company mainly concentrate on the business areas consultancy, conceptual design, realizations of IT solutions as well as
. Visitors can see the following products at the inter airport Europe:
SKY-Base , ISO's Airport Operational DataBase (AODB) , provides the airport with an ideal software platform for information storage, processing and distribution.
The easy adaptation to customer specific requirements such as flight plan-management, billing, statistics or cargo by multiple levels of customizing make SKY-Base the ideal and cost-effective software solution for airports of any size and structure.
Via the flexible connectivity suite of SKY-Connect partners and third-party systems are seamlessly integrated into the airport’s operational information flow.
SKY-Billing 3.0 is the only SAP®-certified airport software. With SKY-Billing 3.0 SAP® ERP is able to upload flight data from an AODB and make the data available for pricing and invoicing. With its Airport Billing systems SKY-Base und SKY-Billing 3.0 ISO Software Systeme is the state-of-the-art provider of billing solutions for airports in Europe.
SKY-BI offers all important data at a glance. Clear diagrams show the status and the trend, compared with the plan / budget and the previous year. More detailed queries show where to apply measures. The standard scope of queries covers Traffic figures (passengers, movements, cargo, etc.), Charges (aviation revenues), Final destinations, Delays and Plan / actual comparison. Ad-hoc reports can be designed by the end users with an easy drag and drop tool. SKY-BI offers business intelligence functions for airports. SKY-BI makes use of mySAP® BI technology.
Unlike other industries the airport business has not yet established standards for commercial data communication. This affected B2B relations between airports and their business partners by high costs and poor information quality.
XML4aero , an XML-based format for the description of aviation data, puts an end to this language confusion. XML4aero mainly supports electronic billing and has set a new standard for the electronic exchange of business data between airports and airlines. The new application SKY-CDM ( Collaborative Decision Making ) supports the user in planning and monitoring time-critical processes within the flight-traffic.
inter airport Europe is the barometer for the airport industry. With 590 exhibitors from 30 countries on extended exhibition grounds, this year’s exhibition is the largest ever.